Summary: was bought this for christmas, as my old one is about 8 years old so its not a touch screen one, i am not technical so rely on simple instructions, this phone comes with a instruction book (if you can call it that) but does not explain anything how to use and set it up, a picture of how to take the back off in my opinion does not = instructions on how the phone works and what it does, it did not even explain that it does not come with a sim card, so as yet i haven't been...
Summary: I saw this phone in the store and it sounded good. All I would use it for is texting, the internet and the occasional app or game. The price appealed to me, at just £59.95. I was slightly worried about how small it seemed, but didn't worry overly about it. Getting the phone home, I placed the battery and my old sim card into it and switched it on. The first thing I noticed were the graphics. My eyes felt sore as I tried to study the letters on the screen.
Pros: Stylish-looking, feels nice in the hand and overall cosmetics are okay.
Excerpt: "In my opinion, the samsung galaxy y is a good phone, especially if it's your first time buying an android. If you're not one of those up to date phone geeks who only buy the latest gadgets for the sake of owning something new and shiny, then this phone is suitable for you. It's basic, easy to use and it can pretty much do what those other phones can do. The only thing is that the screen is a bit small, so reading might be a little bit difficult. ...
Pros: phone calls, wifi, light and easy to carry,
Cons: music player on headphones, performance, game speed,
Summary: This was a replacement for my wife who had an old mobile, it isceasybto use as she is not technical at all. It isceasier for her to getvto her contact than hrr old orange phone.Great for any one who isca technaphobic. Good colourcon screen.